Overview of November 26, 2023: Webinar and Events on 3D Printing


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The 3D printing industry is bustling once again with numerous webinars and events, including the annual RSNA meeting, the World Manufacturing Forum, and more. HP is hosting an open house, and Nanoscribe is providing online training. We also have webinars about 3D printing of jewelry, the Stratasys Origin One, and more. Read on for more information!

Unpeeling 3D Printing News

Our Executive Editor Joris Peels, also Vice President of Consulting at Additive Manufacturing Research (AMR), presents a news livestream once or twice a week titled Unpeeling 3D Printing News at 9:30 am EST. In each episode aired on LinkedIn Live, Peels discusses what he believes are the key news events in the 3D printing sector for that week, and their significance, all within 20 minutes or less. His roundup covers stories we’ve featured on 3DPrint.com and others that we haven’t, but all are equally fascinating and influential!

RSNA 2023: November 26 – 30

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) begins its Annual Meeting from November 26th in Chicago. With the theme “Leading Through Change”, the world’s largest medical imaging conference aims to guide radiology professionals in spearheading their teams and organizations through transitions. Alongside plenary speakers, scientific sessions and networking opportunities, five special exhibits will be on display, including AI Showcase, Educators Row, First-Time Exhibitor Pavilion, Recruiters Row and the 3D Printing & Mixed Reality Showcase. Participants would be able to see exhibits from well-known AM industry names such as Stratasys, Xact Metal, 3D Systems, Formlabs, Materialise, Axial3D, and others. The exhibits run until November 29th, while the entire meeting continues until November 30th. Virtual attendance for this conference is also available.

“Virtual access holders can enjoy sessions at their leisure. Sessions are made available within 24 hours post the live session conclusion. Nearly all eligible content is on demand for all attendees registered for Virtual Access until April 30, 2024, noon CT.”

Registration for the RSNA Annual Meeting is open here.

November 26 – December 1: MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

The premier global scientific conference for materials research, the MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit hosted by the Materials Research Society, is set to occur in Boston from November 26 to December 1. For those unable to attend in person, a virtual experience will be offered from December 5 to 7. The event will feature 64 symposia within eight major clusters, including topics like Energy and Sustainability, Soft Materials and Biomaterials, and Structural and Functional Materials. The non-technical segment will include panel discussions, information sessions, award ceremonies, and more on Professional Development, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI), among others.

“The MRS Fall Meeting, the most prestigious global scientific conference for materials research, highlights leading interdisciplinary research in both core and applied areas presented by scientists internationally.”

You may register for the event here.

November 27 – 28: Future Tech Event

The upcoming third Future Tech Event is scheduled for November 27-28 at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre. This event features a variety of activities, including case analysis, panel discussions, presentations, and expert speakers. This event is regarded as the Sultanate of Oman’s premier B2B and B2G specialized Technology Event, sponsored by H.E. Said Hamood Said Al Maawali, the Minister of Transport, Communications, and Information Technology. The event will also feature a comprehensive B2B Expo, displaying the most recent technologies, innovations, and cost-effective products, services, and solutions specifically tailored to meet demands across a variety of sectors. The event also aims to promote startups.

“This is an exceptional platform where multi-stakeholder conversations are facilitated, providing numerous networking opportunities for C-Level executives, industry-leading experts, decision-makers, policymakers, and government officials from across the value chain. This will enable collaboration, discussion of current business challenges and opportunities, development of market strategies, knowledge sharing, and the identification of solutions that will shape the future of technology.”

Interested attendees can register for the event here.

November 28 & 30: Nanoscribe Online Training

Nanoscribe is offering two virtual training programs this week catering to improve user’s expertise. The basic session aims to guide beginners on how to get started with Nanoscribe, whereas the advanced training concentrates on enhancing your print job, particularly for 3D Small Feature Solution Set, 3D Medium Feature Solution Set, and 3D Large Feature Solution Set. An instructive Q&A slot for the Photonic Professional GT2 is slotted at 4 pm CET (10 am EST) on Tuesday, November 28, while the Quantum X session is scheduled for Thursday, November 30 at 9 pm CET (3 pm EST). These training sessions will be conducted by Nanoscribe Customer Success Expert Dr. Aaron Kobler.

“The focus of our Customer Success and Service team is to provide an effortless and swift initiation into precision 3D printing for newcomers. Concurrently, we endeavour to deliver superior support to skilled users to help them broaden their knowledge and expertise. As such, customers and system users can opt for a range of basic and advanced training courses.”

To know more, sign into NanoGuide.

November 28: Improving Efficiency, Quality & Creativity in Jewelry Manufacturing with 3D Systems

VisiJet Wax Jewel Ruby is a medium softness wax that offers the optimal combination of material flexibility properties and dimensional stability in high-temperature or humid environments. Delivers improved capability for the presetting of stones.

3D Systems will hold a webinar at 11 am CET (5 am EST) on the 28th that’s all about how to “Boost Efficiency, Quality and Creativity in Jewelry Manufacturing.” In addition to quality and creativity, you need the ability to produce high-fidelity patterns to ensure successful jewelry design. During the webinar, attendees will learn how the company’s advanced 3D printing solutions can help you reach new levels of productivity in jewelry design, with extended geometric freedom, reduced cost and time-to-market, and excellent quality. Topics will include the benefits of 3D printing for mass-custom jewelry making, new capabilities by the MJP 300W wax patterns 3D printer and additional wax materials for direct jewelry casting, examples of jewelry casting use cases, and more.

“Fitting into your standard manufacturing workflow – from finely detailed prototypes, to lost wax casting and mold making, our wide range of 3D printing solutions addresses all jewelry design styles and production challenges.”

You can register for the webinar here.

November 28: TriMech on the Stratasys Origin One

Also on the 28th, TriMech will hold a webinar focused on the “Stratasys Origin One Revolutionizing Injection Molding Applications” at 10 am EST. Additive Solutions Consultant Rich Annino will teach attendees all about the Origin One—a piece of manufacturing equipment that uses additive methods—and how it’s being used by injection molding professionals. They’ll also learn how the Origin One is able to support, and sometimes even replace, traditional injection molding processes, and how new GrabCAD Print Support Generation fits into the equation.

“The Additive Manufacturing Industry has heard concerns for years regarding 3D Printers jumping in and taking the place of traditional manufacturing methods. In most cases, this is nonsense, as Additive tends to be a far better partner to traditional manufacturing than a 1:1 replacement.

“Recently, though, with the introduction of some newer technologies, printers, and materials to the market, we’re closer than ever to this dream possibly becoming a reality!”

You can register for the webinar here.

November 29 – 30: HP’s 3D Printing Open House

This week, HP is holding an exclusive 3D Printing Open House at its headquarters in Corvallis, Oregon, starting with a welcome dinner and drinks at 6 pm PST on Wednesday the 29th and the open house itself on Thursday the 30th, from 9 am until 4:30 pm. During the HP Site Tour, attendees will have the chance to get up close and personal with HP’s latest innovations, and then hear success stories about the technology during a Customer Panel. There will also be a Professional Services Workshop where you can enhance your skills and learn best practices, a deep dive discussion into HP’s Metal Jet, a new product presentation, a networking lunch, and more.

“This event is perfect for anyone who is interested in additive manufacturing, from beginners to experienced users. You’ll have the opportunity to network with other manufacturers and hear about their experiences and lessons learned on their additive manufacturing journey. Our goal is to empower you and your team to leverage this technology across your supply chain, cutting costs and lead time.”

You can register for the open house here.

November 29: Nexa3D Discusses INFINAM TPC for Powder Bed Fusion

At 12 pm EST (9 am PST) on the 29th, Nexa3D will host a webinar on “INFINAM® TPC: The Ultimate in Elastomeric Solutions for Powder Bed Fusion,” which recently joined its portfolio for producing elastomeric parts on QLS series 3D printers. The webinar will educate attendees on TPC’s performance traits and how it differs from other TPU and TPE materials. It will also cover how to govern material performance via design, automation of the production workflow for TPC components, and the material’s effect on production parts in applications like footwear and sports equipment. There will also be a Q&A session with Dwayne Jeon, Design Director for the La La Land Production and Design house, and John Calhoun, Nexa3D’s Director of QLS Business.

“While many TPE and TPU materials have difficulties with long-term performance in demanding applications, TPC symbolizes a new age for elastomeric components in production and end-use applications.”

You can register for the webinar here.

November 30: Innovations by 3D Systems for AM Application Needs

In its second offering of the week, 3D Systems will hold a webinar at 12 pm EST on Thursday, November 30th, titled Explore 3D Systems Innovations for AM Application Needs. The webinar will focus on the company’s latest 3D printers and next-gen materials, their ability to expand applications and production capabilities, and how they can enable a broader spectrum of industries. Attendees will hear detailed analysis of case studies and real-world applications, which will showcase how 3D Systems’ technologies can improve performance, design, and efficiency. The compatibility of the company’s new materials with different 3D printing technologies will also be a focus.

“Whether you are a seasoned professional in the additive manufacturing industry or a newcomer eager to explore the latest advancements, this webinar offers a platform to deepen your understanding of 3D Systems’ technologies and their transformative potential. Don’t miss this opportunity to stay at the forefront of additive manufacturing and discover how these materials can shape the future of 3D printing across diverse applications.”

You can sign up for the webinar here.

November 30: How Xometry Crafted Autodesk University’s Macro Keypad

Additionally on the 30th, yet at 1 pm EST, Xometry along with the Autodesk Fusion 360 design squad will explore “From Fusion 360 to Plant: How Xometry Crafted Autodesk University’s Macro Keypad.” This task applied six exceptional production advancements, involving overmolding and injection molding, and viewers will grasp the examination of the design hurdles and production techniques administered to evolve the casing and keycaps, in addition to fundamental understandings relating to how Fusion 360 enables members to incorporate diverse production procedures in a single project. Discussions comprise the methods to exploit Xometry’s framework to streamline the transition from design to development, implementing DFM principles to augment overmolding and injection molding, the amalgamation of harmonizing advancements like sheet cutting, machining, and 3D printing in product evolution, and so forth.

“The webinar will be guided by Greg Paulsen, Xometry’s Director of Applications Engineering, and Scott Benson, a Senior Injection Molding Project Engineer at Xometry, joined by Jonathan Odom, Autodesk’s Community Manager and Fusion 360 Specialist. Collectively, they will dig into a multi-process design progression from introductory concept to final distribution.”

You can register for the webinar here.

December 1 – 2: AMTech Expo

Finally, India’s only dedicated AM and 3D printing trade show, AMTech Expo, is back for its 7th year. Held in Hyderabad by AM Chronicle from December 1-2, the show will offer a comprehensive overview of the entire AM value chain, including core technologies, research and development, post-processing, and more. Attendees will benefit from this focused business networking and knowledge platform for India’s AM ecosystem, and over 80 exhibiting companies will be onsite to show off their latest innovations and forge important connections with fellow industry professionals.

“AMTech is India’s largest business networking platform for Additive Manufacturing Technology, where you can experience the 3D Printing & Additive Manufacturing Technology ecosystem. See cutting-edge exhibits, learn from expert-led conferences, network with the industry to make an informed choice on where AM fits into your product process.”

You can register for AMTech here.

Do you have news to share about any future webinars or virtual and live events? Please let us know!

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